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- ('Jew-hatred'), and this has been its common use since then. The origin of "antisemitic" terminologies is found in the responses of Moritz Steinschneider to...
- Antisemitic canards are "sensational reports, misrepresentations, or fabrications" that are defamatory towards Judaism as a religion or defamatory towards...
- a series of increasingly xenophobic and non-religious expressions of antisemitic phobias and outrages, even as much of the continent had experienced significant...
- cultural contributions to the nation, but 19% of Americans support the antisemitic canard that Jews co-control Wall Street, and 31% said that “Jewish employers...
- the interwar period with the rise of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s, antisemitic publications in The Dearborn Independent, and incendiary radio speeches...
- Berenbaum (Georgetown University). Most rabbis feel that these verses are antisemitic, and many Christian scholars, in America and Europe, have reached the...
- been widely described as antisemitic. It has issued antisemitic leaflets, and its writings and manifestos rely upon antisemitic do****ents (the Protocols...
- Jewish Bolshevism, also Judeo–Bolshevism, is an anti-communist and antisemitic canard, which alleges that the Jews were the originators of the Russian...
- Jews to control the world. Such antisemitic conspiracy theories became central to the worldview of Adolf Hitler. Antisemitic theories persist today in notions...
- The Antisemitic League of France (French: Ligue antisémitique de France) was founded in 1889 by the journalist Edouard Drumont. First known under the...
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